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Free Saturday Meter Parking; Two Remaining Missing Persons Found; Mayor Kenney's Trump Comments
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/23/17 6:03 am | updated: 11/23/17 6:03 am
The Philadelphia Parking Authority has announced that metered parking through the city will be free starting this Saturday November 25th and will continue to be free every Saturday after 11 am until the end of the year. Mayor Kenney stated that the city wants to compete with the major malls around the area (King of Prussia, Deptford and Neshaminy) that offer free parking to their customers. The PPA stated however that time limits in residential blocks would still be enforced as well as all other normal parking regulations.

Officials have now located the remains of the two remaining missing victims who were killed in the fire that broke out at a West Chester senior living home last week. Investigators found the remains on Wednesday in the south wing of the building where officials believe that the fire started. The victims' remains were transported to the Chester County Corner's office and the victims' families were notified. Officials located the remains of the first two missing victims on Tuesday while continually excavating the Barclay Friends Senior Center. The fire broke out at the senior living home last Thursday, which left more than two dozen injured and 133 residents displaced.

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney recently expressed his extreme disapproval of President Donald Trump's latest immigration ruling. The Trump Administration has decided to end "temporary protected status" for nearly 59,000 Haitians that have been living in America. The Haitian immigrants came to the U.S. after the deadly earthquakes that devastated the country back in 2010. They will now be forced to leave the country by July of 2019. Mayor Jim Kenney met with immigrant advocacy groups on Thursday after hearing the news of Trumps decision. Kenney stated: "I'm just beside myself with sadness because our president is a bully, our president is a punk and he just doesn't get it" "I don't know where he was raised, but his family did not do a good job of raising that guy."


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